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Postby wolfman » Sun Aug 27, 2000 11:11 pm

I am looking for a dojo or teacher in the Florence, SC area, or within an hour or so drive of me. I have studied in the past and I am wanting to start again. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby wolfman » Sun Sep 03, 2000 4:41 am

Thank you Doctor X, that is greatly appreciated. If it is allright with your acquaintance, email me their name or number.

wolfman_mike@hotmail.com
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Postby wolfman » Wed Sep 13, 2000 8:40 pm

No problem, and thank you for trying. Image
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Postby ChanFan » Thu Sep 21, 2000 11:05 pm

How close are you to Lancaster?
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Postby wolfman » Fri Sep 29, 2000 11:39 pm

Lancaster is about 2 hours away.
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Postby ChanFan » Fri Sep 29, 2000 11:45 pm

Oy! Well, I guess that would be a little too far... sorry.
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Postby wolfman » Sun Oct 01, 2000 12:27 am

Doctor X,
2 hours, is a little far right now if it is during the week. I usually work up until dark so during the week that makes it pretty tough.

ChanFan, leave me the information about the teacher in lancaster, and I might be able to work something out.
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Postby wolfman » Sun Oct 01, 2000 1:53 pm

I know what you mean. I do the same sometimes. what do you do?
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Postby ChanFan » Wed Oct 04, 2000 1:46 am

Yeah. Speaking of working in the dark...I don't have a computer at home, which is why I'm so slow to respond sometimes.

Anyway, you can call 1-888-257-3142 or send an email to info@uks1.com for info. I train in the Universal system and the schools are not Uechi-ryu, but the program may suit you nonetheless.

I don't know the owner that well; he's usually in Lancaster and I train in Waxhaw, NC. But I have taken instruction from him in the past and he is a most excellent teacher. (A bit of a philosopher, too. Image)

You can get an overview of the program <a href="http://www.uks1.com/programs.html">here</a>, but you really have to talk to Kyoshi to get a sense of training at UKS.
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Postby wolfman » Wed Oct 04, 2000 4:27 am

thanks for the info chanfan. I will be getting in touch with them for some information.

Where is Waxhaw?
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Postby wolfman » Wed Oct 04, 2000 4:28 am

Dr.X, Just a hack-drummer? what kind of music.
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Postby ChanFan » Wed Oct 04, 2000 10:40 pm

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by wolfman:
Where is Waxhaw?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

About 30 miles Southeast of Charlotte or right about here. Hwy 16 is Providence Rd. in Charlotte, and runs out just on the other side of the tracks. My Dojo is located just to the left and slightly above the topmost point of the little star. Image
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